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ARTISTS / Hohenstein, Adolfo

Russian/German/Italian 1854-1928

Born in St. Petersburg Russia to German parents, Hohenstein spent his formative years growing up in Vienna. At the age of 25 he settled in MIlan Italy and began work as a set designer and costumer at La Scala, the opera house. He was later appointed art director for Giulio Ricordi's family music publishing company. He created posters, playbills, postcards, and music covers. For the Casa Ricordi Hohenstein created his greatest posters: La Boheme, Iris, Tosca, Madam Butterfly and Falstaff.

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"Centenaire Decouverte"
Hohenstein, Adolfo
15 3/4'' x 11 3/8''
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